Secondary education

Why is helping so important? How do you learn to help people? We can tell you all about it. Because we are active in many different fields, our range of teaching materials and support for teachers is very diverse and extensive. So as a teacher, you are spoilt for choice!

First aid

What do you do if something happens in your classroom or on the playground? Can you provide immediate help? We are the absolute reference in the field of first aid. You can come to us for extensive training specifically for teachers and young people. We also offer simple initiations or teaching packages for the classroom, or company first aid.

All our trainings and teaching packages are aligned with the first aid ( .pdf) learning line and fit within the Flemish Education Council's framework methodology to integrate health actions into school operations.

Especially for schools, we have put together a first aid backpack. With this backpack you will have the necessary first aid material at hand for every accident. In your classroom, on the playground or during an outing.

Order a first-aid backpack.

Helping with war and disasters

Earthquakes, hurricanes, hunger, war, development cooperation ... Almost every day these topics are covered in the news. So it is a good idea to pay attention to them in class. Our range of teaching packages on these topics is very extensive. Each package contains detailed objectives and development goals.

Download a lesson plan.

Visiting a reception center for applicants for international protection

Would you like to take young people on a tour of one of our shelters for applicants for international protection? We organize guided visits for groups. Or would you like to organize a joint activity with applicants for international protection? That too is possible.

Find a center near you.

Ensure a heart-safe school together

Join together with the whole school to take up the challenge and become a heart-safe school. You can earn this label as a school if an AED device (automatic external defibrillator) is available and if 10% of the staff learn CPR. With our Heart Safe project, we want as many people as possible to learn CPR and defibrillation and thus increase someone's chances of survival in the event of a cardiac arrest.

Join us!

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